Good Books To Read Aloud To 4th Graders

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A Dog's Life: Autobiography of a Stray Martin, Ann MLooking forward to another of your listsFirst Name E-Mail Address Minds in BloomBy Rachel LynetteBloglovinFacebookInstagramPinterestTwitter Home Blog Art Classroom Management Creativity in the Classroom English Language Arts Freebies Games for Learning Kindness in the Classroom Math Projects and Activities Reading STEM Task Cards Teacher Strategies Technology in the Classroom Writing Archives About Contact TpT Store Teacher Freebies My Books Guest Bloggers September 2, 2012 by: Rachel LynetteBooks to Read Aloud for Grades 3-5 Tweet Share1K +11 Pin5K Email When I look back on my own elementary days (so very long ago), I cant remember what books my teacher read out loud to us, with one exception: My fourth grade teacher, MrPoppers Penguins Bridge to Terabithia Harriett the Spy The Winnie the Pooh stories Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The BFG james and the giant Peach So, many great onesDefinitely for older elementary or middle school age kids because of some tense moments but good lessons in trust and taking responsibility for ones selfThese books are clever and funny and each contains a mystery that the pets are trying to solve-Judi Donald Cantrell Miss Rumphiusby Barbara Cooney Miss Rumphiusis the first book I read to my students

They are obsessed! Always looking for the next Scholastic Catalogue to see if there is a new oneThey simply refused to let me put it downOur favorites include: the Ramona series by Beverly Cleary, Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren, The Best/Worst Christmas Pagent Ever by Barbara Robinson (also The Best/Worst Halloween Ever is pretty good), and Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh4The Search for Delicious Babbitt, Natalie 2003 Reply 17 Vicky Hadley says December 30, 2012 at 11:34 pm I absolutely love "Summer of the Monkeys" by Wilson Rawls! Reply 18 Anonymous says January 28, 2013 at 1:21 am I love Richard Peck's books, A Long Way from Chicago and A Year Down Yonder&.full of colorful characters and lessons on giving to othersLewis (the whole seriesthe best ever!) Johnny Tremain by Esther Hoskins Forbes Ally Finkles Rules for Girls by Meg Cabot (the series) The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster Alices Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (free on Kindle here) Secret Sisters series by Sandra Byrd (these are Christian fiction) The Year of the Dog by Grace Lin The Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warren Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfield A Series of Unfortunate Events (series) by Lemony Snicket

Patrick's Day Say No To Television Scarecrows School shootings School violence Science (Grades 9-12) Scotland Search for Identity Seasons Secrets Selkies Separation see Divorce September 11, 2001 Sexual Abuse Sexual Harrassment Shoes Short boys Shunning Shy Teens Shyness Sibling rivalry Siblings Siblings (Elementary) Single parents Sixties Fiction Skateboarding Smelly Smoking Snowboarding Soccer picture books Something under the bed South Africa South American novels South West Asia and the Middle East Spies Sports Spy fiction Stalking States (fiction set in particular states) Street Children Storms Struggle Stuttering Suburbia Suffrage Suicide Suicide of Parent Summer camp Summer job Super hero Survival Survival (Non fiction) Surviving Against the Elements Tarot Tea parties Teachers (as fictional characters) Technology and Society (Grade 9) Technology in childrens' literature Teen as hero and outcast Teen marriage Teens at work Teens Having Babies Teens in Prison Telephone Test anxiety Theater Tickles Tigers and lions Toilet Training Too Much Television Trading Places Trains Treasure hunt Trees Turn of the 20th century novels Turn off TV Week Turnips Twins Underwear Unicorns Unusual parents Unplugged Family Night Unusual Grandmothers U.SProbably best for kids who are older elementary age2017 Minds in Bloom Website Design by Laugh Eat LearnSimply go to the "Edit" menu, choose "Find in page" and then you can type your search termThey love it!-Joy Penner Because of MrLenny and Mel Holidazed Kraft, Erik PThere is a lot of humor in the book, too, as the toys engage in gentle absurdities, such as when Lumphy intentionally dips himself in peanut butter so he can visit his friend the Washer in the basement, or when Plastic tries to discover just exactly what she is

Want Your Kids to Love Being Unplugged?Subscribe to our newsletter and get 10 waiting games they can play anytime anywhere.Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd partyMy Fathers DragonI have started the Fablehaven series just this year and we cant get enough! Another series we have really gotten into is The Books of ElsewhereThank you!! (you mightve just saved bedtime, haha) Reply Erica says July 29, 2017 at 12:32 pm Wonderful! Thanks for letting me knowGrim Tuesday is greedPeiling and the Chicken-Fried Christmas Chen, Pauline 2009 Reply 37 Christy says August 4, 2014 at 4:36 am The Land of Stories by Chris ColferThe kids are so familiar with the text that I recycle it all year longNotify me of new posts by email

Punished! Lubar, David 2008 My students enjoyed the humor and adventureIf you liked Michael CrichtonAuthor is Janet Taylor LisleProbuditi Van Allsburg, Chris 2008 It is a series that is greatId also like to recommend The Imaginary Veterinary books books by Suzanne Selfors d53ff467a2
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